Fourth quarter earnings for Multimedia Inc. climbed 13% and revenue shot up 65% as the Greenville, S.C., company benefitted from its successful syndicated programming and the acquisition of Indiana…
The Cable Telecommunications Assn. has offered to help pay for meeting sites when the FCC conducts a series of seminars nationally to explain cable TV rate regulations to consumer groups and local…
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Westwood One Inc., without admitting guilt, settled charges with the Securities and Exchange Commission that it fraudulently misstated financial statements in 1987 and 1988.
The rabid anti-violence atmosphere in Washington, climaxed by FCC topper Reed Hundt's speech here Tuesday, slammed hard into distributors trying to sell firstrun action hours at NATPE.
Some 50 constitutional scholars fired off a letter to Attorney General Janet Reno, FCC chairman Reed Hundt and members of Congress on Wednesday warning that pending anti-violence legislation violates…
Rep. Don Edwards (D-Santa Clara) a veteran lawmaker regarded as friendly to Hollywood, announced he will retire from Congress at the end of the year.
Media mogul Silvio Berlusconi, one of Italy's richest men, announced Wednesday he was entering politics at the head of a "freedom crusade" to try to defeat the left in a watershed general election in…
The Clinton administration on Wednesday signaled its support for a review of broadcast ownership rules by the Federal Communications Commission.
Warner Bros. will be offering consumers 50 new locations to pony up for Batman and Bugs Bunny merchandise, including three locations in Europe.